Check out these awesome deals on books to help you learn to live off the land!

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The Encyclopedia of Country Living

The Best-selling resource for modern homesteading, growing, and preserving foods, and raising chickens, The Encyclopedia of Country LivingĀ  includes how to cultivate a garden, buy land, bake bread, raise farm animals, make sausage, can peaches, milk a goat, churn butter, build a chicken coop, catch a pig, cook on a wood stove, and much, much more!

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The Sprouted Kitchen: A Tastier Take on Whole Foods

Sprouted Kitchen food blogger Sara Forte showcases 100 tempting recipes that take advantage of fresh produce, whole grains, lean proteins, and natural sweeteners

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Cold Antler Farm: A Memoir of Growing Food and Celebrating Life on a Scrappy Six-Acre Homestead

Farm City meets The Omnivore’s Dilemma in Cold Antler Farm, a collection of essays on raising food on a small homestead, while honoring the natural cycle of the “lost” holidays of the agricultural year. ** Author Jenna Wogenrich is one of my favorite homesteading writers…and her story is so inspirational!

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Modern Pioneering: More Than 150 Recipes, Projects, and Skills for a Self-Sufficient Life

A cookbook and backyard gardening and homesteading guide for women who want to grow food efficiently, cook seasonal recipes, or even try foraging, camping, and living off the land.

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The Preservation Kitchen: The Craft of Making and Cooking with Pickles, Preserves, and Aigredoux

The Preservation Kitchen reveals a world of endless flavor using revolutionary ideas that bring homemade preserves deliciously to life. Pairing science with art, Paul Virant presents expert preserving techniques, sophisticated recipes, and seasonal menus inspired by the award-winning fare at his restaurant, Vie, in Western Springs, Illinois.

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These are some great deals! I’ll be adding a couple of these titles to my own bookshelf!

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